Kroma ‎– Sexy Films

Jumbo Records ‎– JU 12013
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Sexy Films (Vocal)
Written-By – E. Maldini*, N. Petralia*, R. Rossi*, S. Cacchioni*
B Sexy Films (Instrumental)
Written-By – E. Maldini*, N. Petralia*, R. Rossi*, S. Cacchioni*

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Produced by Cenacolo s.n.c.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side A): SPIRY JUMBO 12013 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side B): SPIRY JUMBO 12013 - B
  • Rights Society: SIAE

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ARFON 04 Kroma Sexy Films(12", RE, RM) Archivio Fonografico Moderno ARFON 04 Italy 2014 Sell This Version
ARFON 04, ARFO 04 Kroma Sexy Films(12", Ltd, RE, RM, Red) Archivio Fonografico Moderno, Archivio Fonografico Moderno ARFON 04, ARFO 04 Italy 2014 Sell This Version


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January 25, 2017


Great, great record! At least when you hear the refrain you'll know what I mean. The synths in this parts are sooo catchy and you'll never forget the vocals again, I promise!
In Germany we call it an "earworm", a song that stuck in your head! :D
And because of this track my girlfriend is now into Italo-Disco too and normaly she's a hardcore Psy-Trance head!
Grab it when you can find a copy!


September 19, 2014
Anyone know what the repress sounds like?


October 16, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
LOL "Ha-ha honey, go to sleep." "I know you really get pleased."

Exactly! Quirky little number indeed, and is quite the classic. The charming vocals reminds me of an asian person skatting in slightly imperfect English with an oddly infectious funky bassline, glittering bleeps and electro drum kit. It blooms into fluid, cold, moody 80's synth lines on the bridge and gone before you know it. 5 stars!


December 30, 2009

Italo usually has quirky vocals, but this one is quirky by anyone's standards. It's talk sung, in a sort of a "if Marlene Dietrich were clonked on the head and kidnapped by Mussolini during the war" way. And the is truly fantastic, in an amazingly strange way. It's not clear who the vocalist is, but in terms of both tone and style it sounds rather like Betty Miranda (probably an outside chance of Finzy Kontini or the vocalist in Mya & the Mirror), but one can't be sure. But when can anyone EVER be sure with Italo? Not fast-tempo, it fits well with the often weird donwtempo afterparty-type music that's become popular this decade. Truly a singular record, in a genre filled with a lot of singular, often one-off records.